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The Mist (Boston Police/FBI Series #3)

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2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

The latest Carla Neggers FBI romantic suspense thriller is an enjoyable tale

Billionaire Norman Estabrook is charged with money laundering and abetting drug traffickers but his wealth allows him house arrest on his Montana ranch. Used to doing whatever he wants, Estabrook targets a killing list of those who interfered with his lifestyle. At th...
Billionaire Norman Estabrook is charged with money laundering and abetting drug traffickers but his wealth allows him house arrest on his Montana ranch. Used to doing whatever he wants, Estabrook targets a killing list of those who interfered with his lifestyle. At the top are FBI director John March and Agent Simon Cahill; he also wants to murder the not so anonymous snitch, hotel owner Lizzie Rush and Cahill's lover Kiera Sullivan as well as other loved ones.

Rush believes Estabrook is a deadly predator who will hunt down his adversaries in a thrill seeker equivalent of the Deadliest Game. She goes to Ireland to warn Sullivan and meets SIS Agent Lord Will Davenport. In Boston, March's daughter Abigail Browning vanishes following a bombing of the house she lives in with her fiancé. The Feds know Estabrook arranged the hit, but are unaware that the wealthy psychopath has begun his contest using mercenaries.

The latest Carla Neggers FBI romantic suspense thriller (see THE WIDOW, ABANDON and especially THE ANGEL) is an enjoyable tale filled with a gloomy atmosphere as the audience and the heroes expect the worse. The story line is fast-paced but does not spin far away from Richard Connell's The Most Dangerous Game but fans of Ms. Neggers will enjoy the hunt.

Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on May 30, 2009

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1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Won't keep you up

All fluff - no substance.

posted by 216120 on August 29, 2009

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  • Posted July 13, 2010

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    Good read, but not deep...

    I agree that the book skipped around a bit too much. After reading the previous book, The Angel, I looked forward to Will's story. However, I didn't get enough of the story between him and Lizzie to be satisfied. I look forward to picking up The Whisper, as I am hoping that I will get to know Scoop better than we got to know Will. I did like the ending, though.

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  • Posted May 5, 2010

    I liked the Story it has a good plot. However I found that it chopped and changed between characters and it was hard for me to feel anything for most of the characters.

    Would have been better to focus more on the main characters of the plot to give us more depth of feeling and more empathy for them. The book is normal length so you don't get time to get into the details of the many characters..I liked the book and would recomend it for a rainy day but it wasn't very deep, I struggled to keep interested and it was a little busy!!

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